After a nearly scoreless first half of play, the Crimson surrendered its lead to the Big Green late in the game and could not come back.
With its third shutout of the season, the Crimson advanced to the Ivy League Championships.
Harvard went 1-3 on the day, losing twice in pool play before being edged out by AIC in the semifinal game.
The Crimson seen in action in the Crimson 7’s tournament win against New Hampshire on March 26, 2016. The young team was lead by sophomore Dalton Youngblood and freshman Caitlin Weigel. Weigel played an instrumental part in the Crimson’s performance by contributing a pair of key scores.
Most varsity-level sports have cores centered around their upperclassmen. They are the players who have been around the longest and are the most seasoned. But the women’s rugby team at Harvard has only competed at a varsity level for three years, so it has only recently begun to recruit players. As one of the 11 freshmen on the team, Caitlin Weigel has already begun to make an impact due to her extensive background in the sport.